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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 12, 1872, Hutchinson, Kansas                                COUNTY SEAT OF SEPTEMBER FRH BIX MONTI A devotediirlnul the Inlrrwlanf tho peoiileof Iliitohlnmii ficiA unit the tent Arkmuiu Hi Garden nf KnneiMi U llw HBWI Itiilclilinun Itolto Vttna Slhijte W lo Vrftr In Bit llifec ofMlve Hint An exoollMit mlnrllMnR llntia o mnilc known on ttw NKWii I wdl nlookwl with ti rtlil nnil nil klm of no only lilnln hut Will bo oxiCutoil will lit Toiickii Cnrrrmmiilinoo irohcltwt from nil of tin County niul ImvltiK ftit nbjwl to thoirrait mtviintHm8 of onr linmnlmtn sidli In proper light lufiiro lit people Tho will promptly nnd frnnkly n wer nil Micro of Imjulry on Iho pnrt f iieol inch fora o rt of to locnlo In thin or will ill rrfc to locnlo In thin or will rr nch Iniiulnra to imrlks who will cordially ni lth the deelml AdilRM nil communloiitlona to PBHMV fc Kdllnn nnl Hcno Kns 1872 WHEAT IN California UK wonderful country Inmiihy respects and prosaic In She Is a jumble of Sho 1ms moiin Uliu and lowlantb she lins mighty forests wid trecleM plains sliclms tracts of Eg clan fertility anil Snhorlnn sterility tropl cal and productions grow side by and her population Is a jumble o Indians and Verily California la Interest Among her uttnictlvo features may Iw mentioned her whcitt Tho tlon of Uila cerail In California is cnor andof tlio California wheat It having a very apparent tip on tho grain market of tho and this proceeds no leas from Its quality than Its The wheat crop California ripens during the dry a season when rain docs not occur for This enables the to reap the wheat at tho right time und in the right It gives adryncss ami fllntiness to tlie wheat very So dry anil hunl Is tlic and free from corroding lnllu puce is tlie Unit tlic Calfonilu farmer frequently lets his wheat He for mouths in tlic field alter Iw has The yield In qnanitlly is proportional to That of the dim Jonquln Valley Uila year Is to bo The farm erg cannot transport It to For n while It was thought to build a narrow gnage mi I road Into tlic but that project has been given btcausc It would hike too long to build the road for this 01 As there Is no way to live except by eating we are not sorry to Icam that whcjit crop of California is Tlie lute palters bring accounts of more than a usual number of marine Seamen have u bard time of It when tlie full eqnlmox Then the fiercest storms vessels arc cast noon nnij ticorcs of human lives riliced to raging The lute pa pers Indicate this fall as no exception to the The latest 1eklji advices give ac count of the wrecking of two vessels on the coasts of the Formosa The crew of one wns saved by a Chinese while that of the other were partly lost in tlie The other portion consisting of 67 men reached the shore and were seized by tlie Cannibals of Mnntun barbarously put to and Since Uic a flno was burned at involving great loss of life and also tlie Molls on our northeastern while Uie Bieunville near SunSalvador In the West Indies went and a largo number of lives were lost Those that escaped did so with notli Ing but their lives and after suf They lauded on Mailings Island and Their wunttf were ad ministered to by negroes the iiilmbllnnts of the They were brought oil by the steamer Horo on Its way from Ha vana to New Verily we should feol for those whose home is upon tlie stormy TREE IN THE As this Is a country almost devoid of of conso all those who expect to live herearp interested In planting For vurlbus good reiwons we will plant In our yards before any where n fact a grest many are now doing as well us every tiling requires some thought und wo would like to let tho trees you plant in your yard be proportionate to its Never plant large or toll growing trees in a small They do not look well In tho first and hi a few years will bo such a nuisance that you will be tempted to cut them They will overshadow mid choke out every thing much and require so much that they prevent your green gross from grow and bpuutiiUl lowers per fecting Uielr fou cannot havoelo gout parterres of and tall trees In a small The trees dwarf the We all ought to have green gross and choice flowers In our as much gs trees contribute to onihappi ness and That wo may have Hie benefit of all these let the extent of your yard doterinlnu the kind of you will and then Tills rnlo will prevent a profusion of trees ut tho ox feme of grass und county supported of with npirlt uua udollty ut She will do M ut tlio for the attain we to lier too for her not Uww Hitwtouiki Uke BAXTER Baxter Springs nnd vicinity has ncqulret an Unenviable notorlty from tlio number o murders that Imvo taken plucn In Hint Ion tills For two or three month past the press of Kansas has been kept busy chronicling murders ftt and aroiini llaxtcr Just a fow days agot mini named Wells waskilled there nnd another by the name of Gibbons badly Strangers arc getting to believe Urn human life Is rather cheap in that region We have no dnnbt but that there arc man goorl pcoplo iitUnxter Springs and nroiind Hut nt thesame time from evidences pub IbliGcl by tlio papers of Maxtor w believe there are many bad We would suggest to the that unless thoj have plenty of llrst class settlers already they bud bettor take measures to stop Hit wholesale killing that has been making their city notorious for some time Tho bettor class of emigrants nre ly aware of ttie fact that life Is worth bu little to tlic civilized where ills not secure nnd they will not go to a place whcrecvcry week it manor two Is knocked THE IMPERIAL There is nn Imperial Conference now go Ing on nt The Emperors of and have al ready embraced In tlie enpltol of the Ger man They are surrounded bj their greatest generals and and ore doubtless having a grand time of it It Is anil we believe that the con ference means As tlic intelligence and morality of Christendom proportionately does International sympa thy and fidelity Tlie Chris tian world Is rapidly coming to the con clusion that mans Inhumanity to man should and us a the world Is moree peaccflil now than ever be If Uie monarclis of Europe now as sembled at should In their inter course witli each other even In a small International prejudice tint then Christendom may congrat ulate for the power they control is not We have conlldciicc In com and hope good results from the Berlin JOMI Jim Fisk was u man of powcrAd minil lint utterly devoid of His life was a nnd be is deservedly being So It Is witli his infamous purt ner in crime and Josephine altbougn she yet Is fast sinking into that obscurity duo to tlic in On last Thursday Uiefurnitnre of her establishment In New York city was From Unit entertained by many for the thousands visi ted her and particular interest was manifested In the shameless womans bed room und The household ar ticles sold ut high and for what reason we cant Who with nny deeen cy wonlil desire hiiy thing ever owned by Josle Munslleld From this sale we pre sume Mansfield wants Tlie indi is for If a woman of Mnnsfleids nolorletylund culling gets out of she sinks ut once Into the vortex of wretchedness and despair ever due the wc iimn who burters her virtue for IOIM COUNTY Pope comity Arkansas scorns to bo a lit lo For months past tlie ivwfipiinorg have been teeming with ac counts of quarrels about county Just a few lays thu county and a Justice of tlic was killed while attempting to move tlie county records to n place of renter This surprises no as t Is generally known that there is u large uiiount of bad blood In Popo The utest indicate every as nnd that Upliam Is in tlie comity with 150 Peyton who killed tlic county clerk U In tlie hands of tlio civil Unless ho can make in excellent showing with regard to tlic It is to be hoped Unit he will have ho pleasure of dangling u ropes Such in entertainment for u score or more o persons would doubtless benefit Popo rnry Tlio Republicans of Missouri have nomi tho following strong State ticket t For of ils of ilorguu county Attorney of Jbo Secretary of of Kansas City Auditor of Dan of Louis Treas of Montgomery conn y Register of of Colo county Supreme Court Judges long ra of nnd James of Springfield for six year of Louis for two of Marion coun This who was lust week uom iiiitcil as tlie third candidate on the Ke nibllcun is not unknown to the poo of our He cumo here In timid In tltu army during the Hint In illy Indian regiment u cuptnln under and afterwards was uppolnt d to tho siibskiUmce anil serv id us lieutenant colonel und chief of ho Thirteenth army on the stallof He was u member of the fiyisas House of In looted to tho Senate in und elected p the Jlouso again lust uud inside Speaker of Unit Cobb is 80 years of was bom In he atuto of und eamo to Kansas row Ho is a graduate of Brown class of Is it fluent oiid forcible hits u good dual of wt THE LOUISVILLE The Tjoulsvlllo convention of Slmoi pure Democrats met at Sept pursuant to tho cull published sonn time It met in the Common I Mew Court mom of the Court During the assembling of delegates the Sccom Regiment National of Pliiladcl played several At one oclock Blnntoii Duncan called tlie convcn tlon to find made a speech of sonn denouncing tlio action of the Bal tlmorc lauding tlic propriety of standing to nnil reciting responsibility resting upon the Loulnvtlli He met with considerable ap Chatficld was made tern porary Clmtlleld mndc a shor speech somewhatslmllar to Col Ferry of was temporary Judge Spatildlng then arose and presented a letter fron In which OConnor dis missed representative thp tnrll and taxation tlio reform move incut In New York and the nomlnti tlon of Grccley at OCon nor wound up by repudiating Grccley and at tlio same time refusing to let III own name go before tlic Louisville conveii After tills letter was read the nsua committees were and tho con vcntlon adjourned nntli the thf3 commltees re nnd Judge Lyon of was chosen permanent The elm appointed Spaulding of Kentucky and Burr and Ilaynrd of to conduct the president to tlie Lyoi spoke at considerable At tlie con elusion of Ills OConnors letter was referred to the committee on resolu tlous anofthe convention adjourned to nexi September The convention rcnsscm bled nt 10 OConnor was noini nuted for the presidency am the following resolutions a frequent recurrence to flrsl and eternal vigilanceagainsi abuses are tlic wisest provisions for liberty which Is the nourcc ol progress and fldelit to our constitution and it tlie only protection for That the original basis of our whole political structure Is consistent in every part and that tlic people 01 each tnte voluntarily created their State and the States voluntarily formed the Fed eral and each State provided by Its written constitution should do for the protection of liberty and property wjtliin and each jointly with tlie provided a Federal Union for foreign mid interStnte ThntTull government coining from tlie people of each anil thutthey itre limited to the written letter of the constitution and tlie laws passed in pursuance of which powers must be ex ercised in the utmost good the con stitution itself providing in what manner they may lie altered and That the interest of labor and capital should not be permitted to but should no harmonized by judicious leg islation while such conflicts continue la which is the parent of is entitl ed to paramount That we proclaim to tlic world that principle Is to be preferred to power that tlio Democratic party is held together by the cohesion of timehonored which they will never surrender in exchange for all tlic oflices which tlio Presidents can The pangs of min orities are doubtless but wo welcome an eternal minority under the ban ner Inscribedwith our principles rather than an almighty and everlasting iiirchiised by their That haying been betrayed ut lialtimore into u false cause and u false tlic we repudiate iiotli nnd appeal to tlie people to approve of onr and to rally to tho polls nnd support tlie true platform und candl lates who embody After the resolutions John on hc third ballot was nominated for tho Vice Telegrams were sent to JCoinioianil informing them of their At the afternoon ses sion various resolutions were nnd i good deal of desultory debute took Tho convention reassembled it 10 demoralized by telegrams Vom OConnor and Adams declining their Thn Ixmlsiannn delegation withdrew in Confusion flic following supplementary resolutions ivero adopted That we are opposed to giving ng public lands to corporations and favor their disposal to actual settlers That wo favor it judicious tur tf for revenue purposes and that we ire unalterably opiwsed to that class of egisltalon and taxation which enrich tho ew ut lie of the on tho ileu of After tlio supplementary resolutions were the convention adjourned sine caving every disgusted with one of thu completes farces that ever took A KLEEIINa A long whlluback we read of tlio sleep ng beauty of ut Union iVost For itwhilu we thought It ull u But at length our credulity oilds und there must bo such u Here s what u correspondent of thu Louisville burier Journal has to say of her U awuko thirteen times in twenty bur hours remaining awuko only seven dilutes each and no on earth tin force her remain uwuko one second only at Intervals of Ivu nnd ut such times she seems o do so withgrcut only drawing wo or tlinw then falling buck us though site were AVhilo awake ho drinks and talks for u few min Sho Is u white as the whitest Hid is perfectly She has no cd All tlie medical skill of tlio country round abuut has been bullied to icr und she has been scat to Louis Hid examined by Uio mqy1 prominent hyslcluns but thoy have not been ible lo solve her Shu is now on exhi iltlon ut the Southern Union Oblon Shu U thirty one yews old and was ft Kprluhtly girl up o eight when situ was und IDS remained ever sluce m she la of wuic i well n RenvlNtlouft Adopted Hi The following rciolntloin were ndoptpd nt the licpuhllcan Congressional Conven tion nt The Committee on Credentials having finished Us report the Coimnlttei on lutionsreported us follows and their re port Wns adopted Tlint the Iteptlbllcans ol Knnsns In Convention assembled at theclly September alllrm and endorse the plnttorni adopted by tin National Hepltbllcan party assembled in Philadelphia June and nntl will heartily support the caiidldalrs of salil That we again express our llonlldence III the llnnniw nuil lidellty to the Kipuhllcim which pave characterized tlic administration ol resident Tlint as citizens of Kan remember witli the early ef forts of Henry Wilson in our tiutl re joice In the opportunity uowotlered to tily our appreciation of such by supporting him for the high ollleo he has been nominated That we believe it to be thr duty of the government of the Unitei so far at it legally to make cause of tlie settlers on tlie public lands hi tills State Its nntl nt Its own expense to to Its fullest the question al issue between them nntl niii ns a tangible solution of the question should it be finally decided that tlie title to the lands In issue rests iti the corporations by virtue of tlie grants uid then It should by an excliniige of other mil or by menus otother resources ut Its satisfy all reuwiinble demands of the quiet their title to the lands and title In occii nfap under the Homestead If possi and if at a price not exceeding pel That the nominees of the Republican State Convention today nsMtn and especially the lor Con be anil theyare hereby it to resort to untiring cllorts to ac complish heroin before designat Tlint the Itopiibllnm party of as In the is in favor of the free and ulicorruptod exercise of tlie right of elective both at the polls and in the Legislative elections and we denounce in the most unmeasured terms the use of money or other corrupt influences to procure elections to olllce and we here pledge ourselves to snpirart no man for an otiicial position who uses or has used In the past improper to insure ids That we believe the poli cy of granting public land to rnilioads and other corporations without restrictions ns to sale and price inimical to the Interests of the hard working people of the laud and that all such grants have a tendency to plnce the local government of hew under the control of corporate AgiUiilluritl Agricultural and industrial fairs as ad vertised to be hclil as follows Dickinson County nt Oth and loth dnys of Kansas State Board of at Iflth to 20th Northern District Septem ber 10th to at Ncmuliu County Agricultural September ISIh to ut Brown County Agricultural Sep tember 2Gth to at llintvatl EAIKIJt An Amnolnx Aicoitnt ot Ortgiii ot Lcuvenwortli County Agricultural Socie September 10th ut Leaven Pottuwutomlo County Agricultural So September 25th to ut Itcpiihlic County Agricultural September 12th and at Saline County at October 1st to Salem Allen Agricultural September 14th to Johnson September 10th to ut Wyundortu October 1st to at Washington County October Otli and ut Butler September 18th o Industrial September 23rd to Kansas October 3rd o ut Tlic Hinlorr ol Mnskitocs hnlgratod to this country in lie year They an the smallest fowls that nnvigutc Although not souring so high ns oilier fowls they make some older sores than any oilier bird ever dream ed They are not very although hoy lire birds of Tlieynreso time they will come up nnil out of a ellows As songsters they ana suc making some of the sweetest sounds ever We sometimes constrained to itay awake all night ami listen to their even If Its ever so confounded straining on If any one doesnt like heir music lie can lump nnd falling to lo so they will lump linn and if he gets on his ear about It such u proceeding IH for they nre very accommodating md will get on Ids ear for 1 like heir music better than anything elwmboiit Many a time hnve I laid on my lowny bed nnd HslAicd to them us they Como Where my Love Lies Inging a medliV made tip of ICver of Ilioe lam Fondly I We Wont i Home Till such like ill I Imvo been carried away and wishing was carried still farther Unit I vo joined n with the singing SliooFly and cheering them by clapping my hands together in tlie hope of giving the little tickers an The Cherokee Strip IH u narrow piece of und immediately adjoining tho Indian Icrritory on the It Is about live lilies wide ut Ihc wcNtcru boundary of thu and about threo miles wide at the boundary of the The land Is Mild to actual settlers ut east of Iho und pirucru west of tho Nearly nil of the of Iho are claimed bysctUiK wliohuve well improved Ionni upon thu it the lauds west of tlie Arkiuisiisure also All the available limits of Soutli rn Kansas will boon lie settled There vlll be no end to thu products ot this jor louof the Stutu ten Klfkl ClilUrtu Ou he 2UI of Timothy of Trnnibiill guvo ihtll to eight boys unit live They uro nil and are but quite Bradluti was iniirrUd Ix yean ago to Eunice who weighed two hundred uud wtventytlireo touuds on the day of the Shu ias given blrlli to two uf uud low night luuklmr twelve children i Bruillco was a mother and Itithur both being ate tf Near the camp of the old Pennsylvania Biiektall in early In Ihc lived exclusive ntul pompom Virginian In true baronial Ills of very old was made hischlmneyswere tall and and his moms were large and The chief attraction of tlic old was the grounds that surrounded the Large trees gave luxuriant and tlie nmlcrlHisli In tions ottlio grounds nllimlcil for rabbits and other small There were and and nnd the whole bore aucli n scene of general penci1 fulnoss and rettose that it wus no that the wild Hucktalls were charmed with the unit anxious to penetrate Into n spot which gave such promise of enjoy The Bucktalls were not the most tracat bin They came from the Wilderness of Pennsyl Forest and Tioga they obtained their whlVli to them during the entire thniigh a fancy of Colonel brother of the Arctic who bccainc their He recruited the regiment In the inrly days of 18U1 beginning on tlie day tit tlie nrrlvnl of tlie news of the fall of Suiuter from the who wen famous They were all as a innuwus thruished with the tail of n buck by Colonel and when they nnirdi etl ffimi Camp Citrtin with the bucktails in their caps it WIIB u novel Colonel Charles of was niuilc the mid Colonel Kane the MiiitenantColuncl of the ineiij noted for their nttenunted tornK Neitlier wns sttircely more than live iiet nnd their combined weight was Joss than two hundred uud twenty It may rendlly be guessed Hint these sol dleiuhnd little reflect for Virginia nrlsto and the teutnolcs had hardly got in thtgiiinnil before n noted rider shouldered hisdcer started out on n little He wns u nnd of Immense and went by the name of The Big Ser lie ninde n struhrht iiiureh fnrtliu old Virginians tlie old gen tleman had many pets about the among them a tame crow which he valued very He also hail tsimu rab The Sergeant climeil tlie and dropped himself and his Sun on the Inside of the The rst thing his eye was the tame who unconcernedly Hew near and alighted on a limb and leganto enwat The Sergeant put Ills rille to Ills shoulder und bunged ami Crow came fluttering to the The soldier reloaded his Icnned it against the and went to get his Instantly there came running from the In a Jldgh unite of tho old nntl when he saw that his pet crow hail been killed Ids rage hud no He rushed for the Sergeants swearing that lie wouldnt have given the crow for the whole Yankee vowed that he would blow the soldiers brains With this lie brought the piece to a and glanced along the Tlie Sergeant begged lor his and tlie Virginian swore lie would take The Virginian llnally thought of a com and with u look half between uud rugu told tho Sergeant lie must cut that raw In vuln the pro tested tlic Virginian insisted on the price of So the Sergeant pull ed olf and begun to gag and How do yon like crow hiss the Vir through lib The only answer the other gave was to beg to be let He was sorry he had shot the crow didnt know that it was a tame und he wouldnt do such a thing agiihu Finally the old man took tlie gun from its and told the Sergeant he neednt eat any heart full of tlio soldier threw the bird upon tlio and said 1 kin cat but I dont like The story might stop here If It was only to show the origin of tlic but the rest of it is tlie Tlie old after surveying his lend pet lor an Instant In u porcowful mun returned the gun and started for Ids Thu other brought Ids ilccc to his and culled out Hold on What do you want asked the ns and behold u bead drawn nn Id like to have you eat the rest of this The old man tinned and and tore ibout in a frantic Kay hed he curKctl If he and lie didnt want my of the young mans Tlie cock ing of tlie and the assuranceon tho lart of the soldier that he would certainly int a hall tnroiigh the old mans shoulder unless he compiled wllU tins In iliiced the Virginian U retrace his said tlie 1 want you oeat the rest of that and no non A punch of Iho rlllo on tho shoulder of hii old man roused him to u ijnlck KCIIKC if Ids and picking up tho crow le endeavored to hltti He grew Die perspiration stood upon Ins lie irembled like n his mouthed his cyca he and It seem u physical for him to however compelled him lo take u nnd It was the only one he did lake for Ids breakfast came up mi rupldly to protest against crow that the soldier re lented and told him to get and never to trouble a Biiektall would seem to bo another place to end this but there U utill another The next the old Kiunrt Ing under the nidlgnutics lie bad in not only having his ct crow lint bullig compelled lo cat a portion of went to tint headquarters of tlio liiicktuils and made a complaint to the Colonel iigilhiHt the big The Colonel at once sent an orderly for Sergeant rightly ho must IH thu peiwin referred He pushed the door of I he tout nsltlc and entered the Hnap iilng Ids heels together and standing erect In tiio position of ho brought Ids right hum ijulckly to the vlmr of ills military and gave thu customary Nil utii to his said tho commander very do you know that pointing to the old promptly answered the How did you bocoiue anijuulutod willi Sergeant dlncil together promptly answered Use Thu roar of laughtnr which followed this reply noud not be nor tite man ner which thu old Virginian The Sergeant wus Kent buck to bin iiuao aiuTthu Interview bolwiwn the old Irunnot pretend to lint t have lit tie ilolilit Unit the pet crow of UKiM Vllglliliui Wiu quite as nnlatnhle him a Oreiley Is to some of whoinr wnn pellejl to swallow dnCMrtnaii NflW Tlie survey of the entire line of tho Idaho Irom Corttnii to about Ill has biTli Thi coutniet forgitul Illirand tlelng the llrst will iiwauleil hi n tew I bin Is niuklng uxtmonlliinry exertions tu push the work In n and tint of CVmwmtf niv In a pretty hot war with cncb The Timrn Is very juhllunl over the defeat of Van Horn for the guber natorial MOtK Attorneys at RENO Inmy EENO COUNTY 1 North Main Exchange Bought and WHOLESALE Dawes PAINTERS AND OFFICK HOUT1I MAIX TX of plain uiul nninmililal immtini tlmiu willi ntiilntMii mill Work iniatiTil to givu Konncrly of Ilontiin IH IllKIAllKU TO Do AND Fashionable Dress and Oloak AS iw Mnvlilni riiiklnguml tuiioy Work In nil Kualli nuiia pluln utilu cat ttail niiitte ia KllWT Illvl ELETCHER AND Wagon All kiwis of Iron and Wood Work done at short MiiTliiail llf RENO SOLE AUKNl IllOUK nnil rtiraper limn 1 nut tu lunk Iur Aa m lUritriaulliUs llljrrairi by tvvcn Iv jiard CONTRACTOR HuIrliliivuHt Rrtiu nuke KMlmtiUH uiul for UH tivctiun of bttdU llfrfd HIHl ilUillllIK HiltftlUrtfuM rW tu Qiuitliy uf MAOK BARBER HAIRDRESSER Nixt tloor tu North Main llahculling unit ihMalua ilnnn In in JACKMAN A Carpenters IK liiitt ijimllly iif wink ilniii ul llm iiiiiat ruu Huimlile UtiuliiutB ituil llgiuvu mi nil ftf OBOW Plasterers Stone ALL Muik itUuniUil tu unit rliHmiH Jtf JOHN n u rr o j j 13 AND 1llOIltlKTOlt City Meut llf CONTRACTORS HKNO KAXriAR nlmitt mill fnf i F Will lakV raulnwK fur gill u uf itfl All Work i iiiwlimi iiiiv juli unil liUrrnl Ho fcv the HASTIE FEED and SALE jrlvcti Minfi nctwl ivlih tin ut Taylor Atty Counselor at llriui unit iiiljotnlnlc iinin TT Alxnhuy wll Ural oil ttttiiiil tu Ilii nf Iwu ilonw uf Iho NKWS Real Estate CIVIL ENGINEER AMI County ATTORNEY AT IVlmloiu iinil unity Au pliitiitloiiH for unit liutiliirtiH hifiint tli iflKitil Limit Olllce nl will ltwlv KtlfCilll tlJ onlii on iiiHr HOUSTON Counselor at O ontfi In XKWM filnllilB 5T vvJ EEjETisT ATTY AT Hf ATTOllNEY AT Attorney at W CQTTONWOOD iirorllev hi nil Hit Cuiirtii uf tinMil IHMriil uinl iiltunil tu culkclluun In ull uf Itf ATTORNEY AT LAW S Klrel itiiur a mill uf I hi Lnml MAIN ultcnllnn Klvrii lo nil kliuU iif linal lliBii in Ihu Ullltiil Ijuhl lUrl ST13ELE Real Estate Insurance olid Oollooting t Hono jflvili to iltmnwiH Wi IIUII Hlltt Ollluu llcMirit iMIUUl nt Muln tu Kilwlii Pliystolau A llf Physician 43 XorthMllill WI uthiul ull unil Irrut ull by thu lulcMt iinpruvftl NOTARY llluuk ItUlu llf 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